Remove Stains & Reverse Yellowing
Teeth Whitening in Sunbury
As we age, teeth become stained. It’s a simple fact of life, although certain dietary and oral hygiene habits can cause more severe yellowing. Consumption of dark beverages like coffee, tea, and soda can lead to stains, as well as dark foods like berries and tomatoes. If you want to brighten dull, yellow teeth, Shine Dental has options that will enhance your enamel and boost your confidence!
Take-Home Whitening Treatments
Take-home whitening kits use custom-fitted whitening trays built just for you by Dr. Miller. After taking impressions and making your trays, Dr. Miller will supply you with several tubes of professional-grade whitening products. You’ll wear your whitening trays per Dr. Miller’s instructions. Whitening treatment kits are typically used over the course of 2-3 weeks. The results are beautiful and gradual, and you’ll get a brighter smile in the comfort of your own home!
Results in Just One Appointment
Our in-office whitening option is ideal if you want to brighten your smile quickly for an upcoming event. During this fast, non-invasive treatment, Dr. Miller will clean your teeth and apply a whitening paste. The paste is agitated with a special UV light to speed up the process and provide you with beautiful results in just a single appointment. After just 1-2 hours, you’ll leave our office with a smile that is up to 10 shades whiter!
What to Expect
Teeth Whitening Results
The results of your professional whitening treatment depend on a number of factors including the current shade of your tooth enamel and whether you are choosing in-office or take-home whitening. Usually, a single in-office treatment can improve your smile by 5 shades or more. If you choose a take-home whitening kit, it may take up to 2-3 weeks of treatment to achieve the same results. However, the final outcome of your treatment will be the same regardless of which method you choose— a beautiful, bright smile.
What’s the Difference?
Professional vs. Store-Bought Whitening Kits
The main differences between professional whitening and kits from a drug store are the results and the safety of the treatment. While most ADA-approved whitening kits (such as Crest Whitestrips) have very low levels of peroxide to ensure they can be used safely, this also means that it will take a long time to deliver optimal results.
However, there are some take-home kits on the market with dangerously high levels of peroxide. Improper use of these kits could actually permanently damage your teeth. For consistent, safe, and professional-grade results, you can’t beat whitening treatment from a dentist like Dr. Miller. If you want to discuss your whitening options, call us today for an appointment!